Glenview has been serving the City of Toronto and building relationships with our surrounding community since 1924.

From November to March each year, we host the Out of the Cold Program (in partnership with Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church and St. Leonard’s Anglican Church).  It is an interdenominational program to provide accommodation, food and other essentials to the homeless and disadvantaged in the community. Our church hall is open Sunday Evenings from 4 pm-7 pm to receive any who would like a warm place, warm welcome and great meal.

We run a Grocery Assistance ministry, where on the first Tuesday and Wednesday of each Month (excluding July and August) we provide a $10 grocery store gift card to 150 families who come to our door.

Glenview supports the ARISE Ministry, which helps women involved in Toronto’s sex trade.

Our members are active in the Boarding Homes Ministry, which arranges regular visits to engage residents living in the city’s boarding homes.

Glenview is proud supporter of the Portland Place non-profit housing corporation, as well as Evangel Hall - a downtown mission that helps homeless and socially isolated individuals find a safe haven from the streets.

Glenview also hosts meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon.